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Date: Sat, 6 Sep 1997 01:53:05 -0400 (EDT)
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Subject: Re: Crop Circles
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In a message dated 9/5/97 4:50:54 PM, you wrote:

>In a message dated 97-09-05 11:47:57 EDT, you write:
><< You've got to read these things more carefully. The pictures aren't
> of chromosomes, as just glancing at them will tell. They claim to be
> pictures of "chromozones", whatever they are. Neither my dictionary, my
> medical dictionary, nor any of my biology texts has any definition or
> reference to "chromozone". I couldn't find any other reference to
> "chromozone" on the Web, either.
> >>
>Its obviously a typo.

No, it's not just a typo. I've seen pictures of chromosomes, and those
pictures aren't chromosome pictures. The name appears to be chosen to
deceive, at least to grant a spurious aura of tradition to an unverified
assay. That in itself is most suspicious.

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